Victorian Volcanic Plains Conservation Management Network

Raising awareness about the value and use of native grasslands, seasonal wetlands, grassy woodlands & other ecosystems on the Victorian Volcanic Plains

Part 2. Site Assessment & Planning

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VVP Native Vegetation Management Guide

VVP Native Vegetation Management Guide

Part 2. Site Assessment & Planning – VVP Native Vegetation Management Guide

Why do I need a site assessment and management plan for my grassy community?

In order to manage your native grassland or grassy woodland remnant successfully, you should know what is in it and how healthy the community is. For example, what is the condition of the vegetation and habitat? What is the conservation value of the remnant and are
there significant plant or animal species present? Are there any threats to the conservation values? Understanding these aspects of your remnant can help you make informed decisions about future management.

Read the full article:

Site Assessment & Planning (PDF – 4 pages, 110kb)

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